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Faster, more intense!: the relation between electrophysiological reflections of attentional orienting, sensory gain control, and speed of responding

(2007) BRAIN RESEARCH. 1178. p.92-105
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EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS, N2pc, SELECTIVE ATTENTION, NEURAL MECHANISMS, VISUAL-ATTENTION, SPATIAL ATTENTION, TARGET DETECTION, BRAIN POTENTIALS, AUDITION, VISUOSPATIAL ATTENTION, ERP, response latency, electrophysiology, deployment, attention

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Talsma, Durk, Manon Mulckhuyse, Heleen A Slagter, and Jan Theeuwes. 2007. “Faster, More Intense!: The Relation Between Electrophysiological Reflections of Attentional Orienting, Sensory Gain Control, and Speed of Responding.” Brain Research 1178: 92–105.
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Talsma, Durk, Mulckhuyse, M., Slagter, H. A., & Theeuwes, J. (2007). Faster, more intense!: the relation between electrophysiological reflections of attentional orienting, sensory gain control, and speed of responding. BRAIN RESEARCH, 1178, 92–105.
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Talsma D, Mulckhuyse M, Slagter HA, Theeuwes J. Faster, more intense!: the relation between electrophysiological reflections of attentional orienting, sensory gain control, and speed of responding. BRAIN RESEARCH. 2007;1178:92–105.
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Talsma, Durk, Manon Mulckhuyse, Heleen A Slagter, et al. “Faster, More Intense!: The Relation Between Electrophysiological Reflections of Attentional Orienting, Sensory Gain Control, and Speed of Responding.” BRAIN RESEARCH 1178 (2007): 92–105. Print.
@article{1063275,
  author       = {Talsma, Durk and Mulckhuyse, Manon and Slagter, Heleen A and Theeuwes, Jan},
  issn         = {0006-8993},
  journal      = {BRAIN RESEARCH},
  keywords     = {EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS,N2pc,SELECTIVE ATTENTION,NEURAL MECHANISMS,VISUAL-ATTENTION,SPATIAL ATTENTION,TARGET DETECTION,BRAIN POTENTIALS,AUDITION,VISUOSPATIAL ATTENTION,ERP,response latency,electrophysiology,deployment,attention},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {92--105},
  title        = {Faster, more intense!: the relation between electrophysiological reflections of attentional orienting, sensory gain control, and speed of responding},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.brainres.2007.07.099},
  volume       = {1178},
  year         = {2007},
}

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